An event will see a Dundee city centre street turned into a mini golf course just as The Open reaches its climax at Carnoustie.
The Dundee Summer Streets Festival will feature free performances, street entertainment, music and more this coming weekend.
Highlights will include a mini golf course set up in Reform Street by Drumoig Golf Centre and a children’s play bunker in Albert Square.
The crazy golf course was designed by the Dundee Institute of Architects for last year’s Dunhill Championships, and this will be the first time it has been available in the city. It features landmarks past and present, including the Royal Arch and V&A.
A food and drink farmers’ market will be held at City Square on Saturday and local street food traders will be selling their wares on Saturday evening and Sunday.
There will also be a market in the City Square on Sunday that will see artists, jewellers and other creatives under the age of 26 selling their work.
The festival will feature shows by the All or Nothing aerial dance company in City Square. The company blends aerial acrobatics with dance, theatre and contemporary circus performance.
It will appear with short mini-performances and demonstrations followed by open public workshops during the afternoon, then perform its show at 8pm on Saturday and 4.30pm on Sunday.
There will also be a number of street theatre performances while bands will perform over the weekend.
Festivities will start at noon on both days and all events are free.